Leveraging Personalized ChatGPT Interfaces in Educational Settings: Impacts on Learning Using Game Theoretic Causal Models

Potential Abstract:
Personalized learning has gained significant attention in the field of education, with technology playing a crucial role in tailoring educational experiences to individual students. In this study, we explore the impacts of utilizing ChatGPT interfaces, a cutting-edge natural language processing tool, in educational settings. Specifically, we investigate how leveraging personalized ChatGPT interfaces can enhance learning outcomes using game theoretic causal models.

Our research is grounded in the premise that personalized interactions with AI-powered ChatGPT systems can provide students with individualized support and feedback, leading to more engaging and effective learning experiences. By applying game theoretic causal models, we aim to uncover the complex relationships between various factors influencing students’ learning processes when interacting with personalized ChatGPT interfaces. This approach allows us to not only assess the immediate impacts of using such technology but also to understand the underlying mechanisms driving these impacts.

Through a series of experimental studies conducted in real educational contexts, we aim to provide empirical evidence on the effectiveness of integrating personalized ChatGPT interfaces into instructional practices. By examining both short-term learning outcomes and long-term educational impacts, our research contributes to the growing body of literature on personalized learning technologies and their implications for educational practice.

This study has the potential to inform educators, policymakers, and technology developers on the benefits of incorporating personalized ChatGPT interfaces in educational settings. By elucidating the game theoretic causal mechanisms underlying these impacts, we offer insights that can guide the design and implementation of innovative AI-driven tools to support personalized learning experiences.

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